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The influence of green tea in pig feed on meat production and quality


, : The influence of green tea in pig feed on meat production and quality. Japanese Journal of Swine Science 39(2): 59-65

The influence of green tea in pig feed on meat production and quality was examined. 15 castrated pigs produced by 2 dams were fed diets to which tea was added at 3 different levels: no tea in the Control group, 1% tea in Group I, and 3% tea in Group II. Tea was added to feed when the average liveweight for each group reached ~70 kg. The pigs were reared under ad libitum feeding until they attained a liveweight of 105 kg.

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